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On querying spreadsheets
- L. Lakshmanan, Iyer N. Subramanian, N. Goyal, R. Krishnamurthy
- Computer ScienceProceedings 14th International Conference on Data…
- 23 February 1998
This work motivates the concept of an abstract database machine (ADM) that uses the layout specifications to provide a relational view of the data in spreadsheet applications and, similar to a DBMS, supports efficient querying of the spreadsheet data.
Temporal reasoning in artificial intelligence
On Query Spreadsheets
Next Day Wildfire Spread: A Machine Learning Data Set to Predict Wildfire Spreading from Remote-Sensing Data
A convolutional autoencoder is implemented that takes advantage of the spatial information of historical wildfires aggregating nearly a decade of remotesensing data to predict wildfire spread and is compared with other machine learning models: logistic regression and random forest.
Is GUI programming a database research problem?
- N. Goyal, Charles G. Hoch, R. Krishnamurthy, Brian Meckler, M. Suckow
- Computer ScienceSIGMOD '96
- 1 June 1996
This work describes the experience in building nontrivial GUI applications initially using C++ programming and subsequently using Logic++, a higher order Horn clause logic language on complex objects with object-oriented features, and observes that many database techniques such as view maintenance, active DB, concurrency control, recovery, optimization as well as language concepts such as higher order logic are useful in the context of GUI programming.
Reasoning Precisely with Vague Concepts
This work presents a framework to reason precisely with vague concepts based on the observation that the vague concepts and their interval-boundaries are constrained by the underlying domain knowledge.
Preliminary Report on (Active) View Materialization in GUI Programming
Picture programming project
- N. Goyal, Charles G. Hoch, R. Krishnamurthy, Brian Meckler, M. Suckow, Moshé M. Zloof
- Computer ScienceSIGMOD '97
- 1 June 1997
RBE was proposed in [KZ95] as a declarative language to express a rendering of data, where a rendering is defined as a presentation of data with subsequent browsing and interaction semantics.